2 edition of Syria before 2200 B.C. found in the catalog.
Syria before 2200 B.C.
Margaret S. Drower
Bibliography: p. 47-54.
|Statement||by Margaret S. Drower and J. Bottéro. Vol. 1 chapter 17.|
|Series||The Cambridge ancient history. Rev. ed.,, fasc. 55|
|Contributions||Bottéro, Jean, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||DS96 .D7|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||54|
|LC Control Number||76366116|
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roughly from B.C. to B.C., the most important political development was the emergence of kings who, unlike the first priestly rulers, exercised distinct political rather than religious authority.
Another important feature of this period was the emergence of warring Sumerian city-states, which fought for control of the river valleys in. The Cambridge Ancient History is a multi-volume work of ancient history from Prehistory to Late Antiquity, published by Cambridge University first series, consisting of 12 volumes, was planned in by Irish historian J.
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